Flanders Vaccine, a platform for academic and industrial stakeholders with relevant expertise in human and animal immunotherapeutics and vaccines, has a new website. Verder lezen…
With the Veterinary Research Building, or VRB in short, Ghent University wants to stimulate veterinary research. The new research building houses labs, laboratory stables and offices; Verder lezen…
On 22 December 2015, CHARLOTTE SARRE will defend her PhD thesis on
Psoroptes ovis mange in Belgian Blue cattle: How to approach a multifactorial problem ?
On 17 December 2015, Kim Baert will defend her PhD thesis on
APN-targeted β-glucan microparticles for oral immunisation
A consortium of European animal health partners has received €9 million ($10 million) from the European Commission to develop vaccine strategies against endemic pathogens responsible for high economic losses in livestock.
While prejudices may still exist on both sides of a partnership between academia and industry such partnerships often can kick-start innovation, according to one university expert working in the animal health field.